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Hungary's parliament passed a series of laws on Wednesday criminalizing the act of aiding undocumented immigrants seeking asylum in the country, despite strong objections from leading European rights bodies. The suite of bills, called "Stop Soros," allow the government to imprison individuals and nongovernmental organizations for up to a year if they're deemed to be facilitating what it says is illegal immigration by people not entitled to protections, the BBC reported. A separate amendment to the constitution declared that an "alien population" can not be settled in Hungary.
Your support for the pseudo-Nazi regime in Hungary has been noted for future reference.
they will always have work to do
originally posted by: szino9
a reply to: and14263
Nah, it has to be 100% obviously without the one they deciding about...
If the European Parliament submits its proposal to the European Council, a majority of four-fifths of member states would be needed to trigger Article 7.
The procedure for launching what is commonly known as “the nuclear option” is multistep, and a unanimous decision by the other member states would be required to suspend voting rights. Analysts say this would be almost impossible.